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Sherlock Holmes And The Yule Tide Mystery

2.43 of 5 stars 2.43  ·  rating details  ·  7 ratings  ·  4 reviews
December 1892 soft white flakes of snow are already beginning to carpet the countryside of Sussex when Sherlock Holmes embarks upon a cracker of a mystery adventure. He, together with Watson, reluctantly accepts an unexpected invitation to join a Christmas house party in Sussex. No sooner has the party commenced when the festivities are brought to a sudden and dramatic hal ...more
Paperback, Large Print, 224 pages
Published December 1st 1998 by Ulverscroft (first published July 1st 1996)
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Nancy Oakes
It's Christmas time, and a man comes to see Holmes at 221 B with a strange story. It seems that a man he has never met before has invited him to his home in Sussex for a party to celebrate the holidays. He wants to know whether or not he should go -- and Holmes tells him to do whatever he'd like to do. The man then invites Holmes and Watson (whose wife is away with relatives for the holidays) to join him, and off they go, meeting several other people who have never met their host before. It's no ...more
Mike Jensen
Instantly forgettable Sherlock Holmes pastiche.
I've had this one sitting on the shelf and decided to give it a run as "Tis the season".

It is the first Val Andrews Holmes pastiche that I have read and thought it a nice introduction. I found it well written, and contrary to the only other review that I see on GR, certainly not "skippable".

4 STARS...and has me looking for more Val Andrews
Lightweight read.
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